MAC Updates and Coronavirus Information
MAC continues to provide information and services to the senior community via telephone.
However, as Maryland’s Phase 2 reopening continues, limited services will be offered by appointment only within the MAC facility, effective Monday, June 15.
Call 410-742-0505 for additional guidelines or to make an appointment.
The Salisbury-Wicomico and Willards senior centers and Life Bridges
continue to be closed indefinitely.
The home-delivered meals operation will continue as normal.
Our mission is to provide programs and services that preserve dignity, health and independence for an aging population
Richard A. Henson Wellness Center
The Richard A. Henson Wellness Center gym has reopened The gym is operating at 50% capacity in accordance with Gov. Hogan's executive order on the reopening of fitness centers in Maryland, and for the safety of its members.
Hours Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Richard A. Henson Wellness Center offers a wide variety of programs and services targeted toward addressing the health concerns and needs of older persons. The center’s goal is to enable and to empower members to be physically active and to maintain and enhance their level of independence.
Classes in chronic pain self-management and falls prevention both begin Wednesday at MAC. Learn how manage your chronic pain, decrease discomfort and increase your vitality! The next Living Well Chronic Pain Self-Management workshop will be held Wednesdays, June 24 to Aug. 5, from 2 to 4:30 p.m., at MAC, Inc. Topics will include: managing symptoms…Read More
The Richard A. Henson Wellness Center gym is reopening Monday, June 22! Gym hours will be Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The gym is operating at 50% capacity in accordance with Gov. Hogan’s executive order on the reopening of fitness centers in Maryland, and for the safety of its members. Please note…Read More
June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The following information is from the National Center for Elder Abuse website: Elder abuse is a growing problem. While we don’t know all of the details about why abuse occurs or how to stop its spread, we do know that help is available for victims. Concerned people,…Read More
The Maryland Department of Aging is introducing a new statewide Caregiver Services Corps (CSC) program. This program was created in response to help seniors when their family or friend, who is their primary caregiver, is sick or needs to quarantine due to COVID-19. The goal is to enable seniors to remain in their homes with…Read More
May is Older Americans Month. This year’s theme, “Make Your Mark,” celebrates the countless contributions that older adults make in their communities. It highlights the difference everyone can make – in the lives of older adults, in support of caregivers, and to strengthen communities. The following are stories of just a few Lower Shore residents who have…Read More